Below is a list of our most commonly asked questions about selling dental scrap. If you still have questions, please contact us. We’re here to help!

Selling to Cash for Dental Scrap FAQs

Is Cash for Dental Scrap legit?

Cash for Dental Scrap is a trusted and legitimate business maintaining an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau. We offer one of the safest and most secure ways of shipping and selling your dental scrap consisting of precious metals like gold, silver, platinum, and palladium. With safeguarded shipping and tracking and fair market payouts, you can count on us to provide you with exceptional service.

With more than $170 million bought and sold since our inception, there is a reason that we are one of the largest online dental scrap buyers in the world.

Lastly, our exemplary customer service experience sets our company apart from our competitors.

What can I send to Cash for Dental Scrap?

You can mail us any material containing gold, silver, platinum, or palladium. That includes but is not limited to crowns, bridges, PFMs (porcelain-fused-to-metal), PFGs (porcelain-fused-to-gold), inlays, caps, and gold partials. All material accepted, with or without bone or porcelain. If you’re not sure of something, either mail it to us and let our experts make the determination or give us a call and we may be able to help you over the phone.

How do I ship my valuables to Cash for Dental Scrap?

Free, insured shipping is available through USPS via a Safepak. A Safepak is a two-way prepaid and insured mailer we designed for maximum security and ease of use, allowing you to safely ship your Gold or Silver Crowns, Bridges, PFM’s, PFG’s or other dental scrap to us for a complimentary appraisal. The Safepak is fully insured up to $1,000 USD (or up to $100,000 USD, if additional insurance is requested).

Is it safe to ship dental scrap?

Our USPS mailer that is part of our free Safepak was designed to ship dental scrap. All of the material has been approved for shipping by OSHA, DHS, and the EPA.

What if my material will not fit in the mailer?

We are equipped to handle all shipments regardless of size. You can use the label we provide on your own box. You can also contact us and we’ll help you make any necessary arrangements.

Can I ship in my valuables using my own packaging?

Yes. Don’t forget to include your return information and address. You can ship your material to us at:

CJ Environmental, Inc.
15 Dan Road
Suite 150
Canton MA 02021

How do I know my material is safe and secure? What about when it gets to your facility?

We ensure the safety and security of customers’ valuables by implementing industry-leading measures. We insure your materials during shipping, and there is a unique tracking number assigned to each package. Once your materials arrive at our facility, they are closely monitored through closed-circuit cameras and stored in a secured safe room.

What forms of payment are available?

We offer six convenient payment options:

  • A check via First Class USPS mail (no fee)
  • A print-at-home-check ($5 fee)
  • A check via FedEx Express (2-3 days, $15 shipping fee)
  • A check via FedEx Overnight (next day, $25 shipping fee)
  • PayPal (a 3.49% transaction fee + $0.50 service fee charged by PayPal, not us)
  • Bank wire for payments over $30,000 (no fee)

If I’m unhappy with my offer, will it cost me anything to get my material back?

Absolutely not. If you decline our offer we’ll return your materials to you free of charge without any hassle. We pride ourselves on our no-obligation, risk-free process.

Can I speak to someone before I sell my dental gold and dental scrap?

Yes, of course! Customer service is always available to help (M-F; 9 a.m.–5 p.m. ET).

If you have any questions or concerns, our experienced staff has the answer. Call us toll free at 1-866-202-2890 or email us.

Do you buy partials?

The only time we buy partials is if they are visibly gold. These partials are usually old (manufactured 20-30 years ago). Otherwise no, we do not buy silver colored partials. They do not contain precious metal.

Do you buy amalgam fillings?

No, although they contain silver, they also contain mercury, which is considered a hazardous waste.

My materials are soaking in liquid; what should I do?

After you receive your Safepak mailer, remove the dental scrap from the liquid and place the scrap in the provided plastic bag before shipping. Please do not ship with the liquid to avoid leaking and damaging the packaging. This will void the insurance policy.

How do I know what my material is worth?

The only way to know the precise value of your material is to send it in and have it appraised for free. Dental scrap can be worth north of $1,000 per ounce. The price depends on the kind, the quality, and the volume of precious metals you send us.

Can you mail me a container so I can have something to store my dental scrap in while I’m collecting it?

Absolutely. If you need a container for collecting dental scrap, contact us directly at 1-866-202-2890 and we’ll be happy to ship you one out at no cost.

Ready to Sell to Cash for Dental Scrap?

We have a risk-free and hassle-free process to make selling your dental scrap simple; you’ll never have to leave your home or office.

Request a free Safepak and we will ship the mailer to you. Securely ship your valuables back to us (we insure your items up to $1,000. Let us know if you need higher limits.)

Our experts will evaluate your materials and have an offer to you within 24 yours. Accept the offer, and we’ll quickly send your payment. If the offer doesn’t align with your expectations, we’ll return your scraps free of charge.

About Cash for Dental Scrap

Cash for Dental Scrap is a prominent online buyer of dental scrap, as well as gold, silver, platinum, and palladium, in the United States. Since 2005, we have paid tens of millions to customers for their scrap metals. We offer a quick and straightforward selling process, ensuring customers receive prompt and competitive offers for their materials. Learn more about us or request your free Safepak now to start selling dental scrap.